They meticulously wrote an open letter to announce their shenanigans. This is what we here at Ghost Theory have been saying all along… Every scene is cleverly edited, every evidence they put forth is questionable.
How they manage to keep their ratings up is totally a mystery.
Kelli who is a gifted psychic/medium, had established the Hypnotist Center in Merced, California in 1989.
We received a phone call from Eric Leven of A&E AM Pacific Time on Monday, June 23, 2008.
He told us that he was making our case a top priority because it was such a compelling story (seeing a headless ghost, all kitchen appliances turning on by themselves, kitchen canister sliding across kitchen counter and falling on the floor, an evil entity in the hallway, being locked in the bathroom, being touched, scratched, bruised, squeezed until I couldn’t breath and a kindly ghost asking for help).
Kelli states: “We made first contact with PRS by email Saturday June 21, 2008.
We described all phenomenon and asked if they could help us or refer us to someone who could.
So it seems that one of the clients for the “PRS” (Paranormal State) team has come up to expose the PRS team as hoaxers.
I’ve written a few articles in the past about how horrible this show really is, and the damage that it inflicts onto the paranormal society.
He toured our haunted house, property, and surrounding forest.
He was actually quite frightened by the trees surrounding our home.
Unfortunately, that wasn’t the only entity that had taken up residence in her home.
In addition, a very dark and sinister spirit had staked claim to their kitchen and hallway, moving objects at will, turning appliances off and on, frightening their ghost, Bill.
He also wanted Jim to know he was happy in heaven and he wanted his friend to be happy and live his life without guilt or sadness.